Freedom From Fear - Part 2: Section 16 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Section 16 Summary

This section consists of a letter to the United Nations. Although undated, she wrote it while harassment against her and her party mounted but before July 20, 1989, when she was first placed under house arrest (the UN did commence a confidential investigation of human rights in Burma the next year). The format of her letter is a 10-item bulleted list: (1) She first described the nature and aims of Burma's National League for Democracy; (2) She next noted that "Those working for democracy in Burma would distinguish between 'the rule of law' which would mean the fair and impartial administration of administrative rules" and "law and order which merely involves the enforcement of arbitrary edicts decreed by a regime which does not enjoy the mandate of the people;" (3) Those who embrace the cause of human rights do not reject the rule of law and...

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